Co-President : Mr Marc Geniteau, Total E&P Asia Pacific
Co-President : Mr Hugo Virag-Lappas, Astris Finance
Co-President : Mr Philippe Wind, Actis
French Chamber Contact: Sylvie Berthaud
Our Energy/Infrastructure committee aims at:
Developing co-operation between companies, exchanging information and encouraging synergies and business opportunities in the region.
Getting better information access about different type of opportunities on government authorities and private company tender/projects in Singapore and the region.
Developing knowledge and skills across different type of infrastructure and energy projects among the chamber and committee members.
Promoting our members’ expertise in this sector
It is a platform for discussion among members in sectors linked to Energy and Infrastructure. This includes oil & gas, port and marine, road, rail, public transport, resources infrastructure and mining, commodities, renewable energy, energy efficiency, building/construction, power generation/electricity, transportation, water and waste management.
The French Chamber Singapore organised a successful 2 days Business Delegation to Myanmar on 8 & 9 October 2015!
This 2nd edition was under the umbrella of the Energy & Infrastructure Committee of the French Chamber, in partnership with CCI in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines and Australia.
Since 2011, Myanmar’s economy has been opening up, offering real opportunities for local and international companies. Myanmar represents a potential sizable market, with wide-ranging investment opportunities in key sectors such as construction, energy, transport and telecommunications… (more)
- Seminar : How to Make Infrastructures and Cities Resilient towards Climate Change
25 Oct 2018 from 9.30am to 11.30am @Nanyang Technological University
In emerging economies, climate change threatens the development role of infrastructures. Climate change is affecting all types of infrastructures, such as energy, transport, water and more generally buildings. Rising temperatures, increasing flood risks, and other climate hazards are already stressing reliable and efficient operations of these networks, thus leading to large economic and social impacts. Roads, airports, water systems, and power plants are vulnerable to weather changes. Severe storms and major droughts can disrupt economic activity...more
Register for this free seminar HERE.
Committee Documents (members’ only)
|Sept 2018|||||Lean & Operational Excellence in Labs.pdf|
|Apr 2018|||||A Conversation with Frédéric Barnaud, Group Ceo of Pavilion Energy|
|Jan 2018|||||Investment Opportunities In Batam Free Trade Zone - Batamindo|
|Nov 2017|||||Ground Motion monitoring from radar satellite_Sixence.pdf|
|Nov 2017|||||Optimising your asset lifecycle and performance with ISO55001 Asset Management System.pdf|
|Apr 2017|||||Climate Change the Paris Agreement and the Natural Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration - NUS.pdf|
|Apr 2017|||||The Scientific Evidence on Climate Change Science - NUS.pdf|
|Feb 2017|||||MICROGRID Innovative solution within the REIDS Program - Schneider Electric|
|Feb 2017|||||Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator Singapore - NTU|
|Feb 2017|||||The SPORE Project - Engie|
|Jan 2017|||||LNG as a clean bunkering fuel for a green mobility - ENGIE.pdf|
|Mar 2016|||||Key Global Outcome of COP21 & Future Energy Mix in ASEAN - IISS|